Milton Gardner said the state should help him more because he deals with bureaucratic formalism and unclear answers.
“I don’t want it to happen to me. I don’t want it to happen to anyone else,” said Gardner, a well-employed person.
So I was surprised to receive a letter from the Illinois Employment Safety Agency saying that I was sending $ 1,500 as unemployment.
“I didn’t apply for anything,” he said.
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Someone may have submitted it in his name. Most scammers send money to themselves, but in this case Gardner began receiving money.
After many attempts, Gardner spoke with an agent at the Illinois Department of Employment Safety…